No kids game this week due to Comic Con here in Western Australia.
Thus I got to Game two adult games, it's been a long while since I have played anything but a support character. It's just something I like to do, playing support style characters, it means I have to think on my feet during combats, and I have other things I am planning apart form hitting people. It's so long since, I decided I would play a combat wally in the Mage game one of my friends has run up for us for down time against our regular game when our GM is not free due to things like Comic Con. So I picked me an Akashki Brotherhood to play and concentrated on his combat skills then formed his character off the MMA with weapons idea.
Based of this:
I forgot how much fun a Combat Wally can be especially when he's always itching to beat the crap of things but is reasonable about letting people do it their way first.
Though everyone in the team has taking changes in player type, one of my team has taken a social character and he usually plays the recluse with all the smarts, So it's a good change for all of us.
I enjoyed this game, seeing as it was easy to be internally consistent with the characters, nature and demeanour. I still hate Mage's dice system but hey you can't have everything.
My other regular game was moved a day forward.
This I am playing a Bard/Rouge much, much more my style of habit. Though this is my first time trying a multi-class character in any game it has been the hardest slog of any character I have ever built. I feel so far behind the other players but I have such a wide layer of skills it does make up for it. Still, It's a load of fun to deal with a horror story with this character.
Anyways enough about my characters, I am sure you'd rather hear about my kids progress than my own.